"Both men had good qualities about them but that MCKay was a liability and that the State had a greater responsibility to monitor the situation, and that Liko was pushed into a corner."
Perhaps by the time they run it the Franconia Collective will have filed our Complaint with the U.S. House as noted yesterday. And they will also have the lawsuit against Martha McLeod -- who lied and concealed everything about HB 1428 from her Constituents -- to consider.
As noted a few days ago, my brother Trent, my film maker and the rest of our crew came to an understanding about our film short for the "Spirit of Freedom" category for the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) last night.
The time is right, folks. I have spoken with ABC producer Andrew Paparella on a few occasions and hope that they do a good and thorough job. Liko Kenney's spirit is shining through and this will be the Summer of Love and Honesty for Franconia.
Other stuff 20/20 should cover:
1. What Kelly Ayotte hid from America about Gregory W. Floyd.
2. Placement of McKay's spent shells vis a vis Floyd as murderer.
3. Bruce McKay's legacy and Brendlin v. State of California.
4. What the KingCast v. Ayotte/Franconia court documents show.
5. The pending Ethics Complaint for the missing Ethics Complaint on McKay.